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The "Big Hero 6" Blu-ray presents the movie well, though the total package is lacking. Plus, "All Star Batman and Robin" brings Black Canary and Batman together!
Lucy Knisley's latest travel comic, Marvel's Goddess of Thunder and the debuts of "Darth Vader" and Rafael Albuquerque's "Ei8ht" led a strong week.
Jeff Bridges' scene-stealing performance is one of the few good things in this disappointing fantasy-adventure that not even The Dude would abide.
Impressive action and set design can't save the Wachowskis' tale about the badass version of Barf from "Spaceballs" saving the universe’s prettiest toilet scrubber.
"Gotham Academy" #4 collects praise with a five-star review, while "Sex Criminals" #4 delivered another solid installment and notched four stars.
Image Comics' "Sex Criminals "#10 by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky is a "thoroughly enjoyable comic that achieves everything it sets out to do."
Director Kevin Macdonald and star Jude Law deliver an uneven but gripping submarine thriller well worth the admission price.
An all-new "Powers" series gets four stars, while freshman release "Burning Fields" scores the same. Check out all of last week's comics right here.
"Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen" is on track to be one of the year's best while both "Jupiter's Legacy" and "Star Wars" received 4.5 stars/
Whether you want recommendations for new reads or find yourself wondering how an older one was received, CBR's reviews archive has you covered.
Gail Simone, Jim Zub and Dan Panosian's "Conan Red Sonja" #1 is "what a team-up gimmick looks like when it's done right."
Morrison and Burnham's "Nameless" #1 has "a lot to focus on and love."
Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's "Astro City" #19 "hits the mark over and over again."
Dylan Horrocks' long-anticipated "Sam Zabel and the Magic Pen" is "well worth the wait."
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher & Babs Tarr's "attention to detail and ability to tell truly contemporary stories" make "Batgirl" #38 "a winner."
Both of Marvel's debuts were near perfect while "The Humans, "Ody-C" and "The Fade Out" all raised the bar for last week's strong releases.
Jason Aaron, John Cassaday and Laura Martin's "Star Wars" #1 welcomes alienated readers back while impressing existing ones.
While plenty of writers earned critical acclaim last year, only one pleased the critics more than all the others. See who landed on top in 2014!
Which comic book artist crushed the competition in terms of critical acclaim last year? Check out CBR's Reviews in Review to learn who was #1.
Matt Hawkins and Stjepan Sejic's dystopian tale offers readers a refreshing take on Top Cow's stable of characters.
As hell bubbles through into an isolated Smallville in Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #38, all is not quite as it seems.
Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser demonstrate amazing synergy in the compelling "The Fade Out" #4.
Ryan North, Erica Henderson and Maris Wicks' "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" #1 is just as unexpectedly amazing as the title's announcement.
Charles Soule and Nick Bradshaw's "Wolverines" debuts this week, with a "solid start" that needs a little more pizzazz in future installments.
A year's worth of CBR reviews -- 1,314, to be exact -- are translated into charts illustrating the best-reviewed comics and creators of 2014.
Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "Ant-Man" #1 is a near-perfect introduction to the next character marked for Marvel movie success.
"Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive" #1 pulls a three and a half star review, while "Abigail and the Snowman" #1 gets four stars.
The opening issue of Mark Waid and Carlos Pacheco's new series is "fun and memorable," even if it's a little too Agent Coulson-centric,
Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta kick off year two of the apocalypse with an oversized issue "executed with precision and style."
Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson turn in viciously charming performances in unexpected roles in this fast-paced, if slightly bloated, spy film.
The debut of Image's "They're Not Like Us" pulled four stars, while Dark Horse Comics' "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" also scored high marks.
James Tynion IV and Roge Antonio deliver a "disturbingly entertaining" issue with the Joker-centric "Batman Annual" #3.
Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs' "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #10 is "another strong issue in a strong series."
Writer Scott Snyder snags two four-star reviews while Marvel "Storm," "Ms. Marvel" and "Black Widow" all bow stellar issues.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie kick off a new storyarc in "The Wicked + The Divine" #6, an issue with "great promise for what's still to come."
Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart craft "a pretty-near pitch-perfect comic" with "The Multiversity: Thunderworld" #1, focusing on Shazam.
Scott Snyder & Jock's "Wytches" #3 "succeeds on its ability to stroke readers emotions based on their fears, both real-life and imaginary."
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo's "Batman" #37 "delivers surprises, tension, chills and a lot of extra pages to boot" as "Endgame" continues.
Eric Stephenson & Simon Gane's "They're Not Like Us" #1 is a strong debut that's "definitely not like any other teenage mutant comic."
The return of Archie's horror series, Kelly Sue DeConnick's latest creator-owned series, the new Thor, "Copperhead" and more impressed last week.